Join scientists from the American Association of Biological Anthropologists to talk about the biology and behavior of humans, primates, and human ancestors. They will have casts of bones from apes, monkeys, and extinct fossil species for visitors to examine, and spur questions and conversation. They will also be happy to talk about scientific careers, and what research is like in the lab or the field. All ages are welcome!
The American Association of Biological Anthropologists, or AABA, is the world’s leading professional organization for biological anthropologists. Formed by 83 charter members in 1930, the AABA now has an international membership of over 2,200.